Aeroplane Monthly 1988-07
T.Spooner - Goofingstons and Malta's war
A Fairey Swordfish staggers away with its tin fish, normally an 18in, 1,610lb torpedo, which kept the maximum speed down to around 85kt.
Flares being loaded into a Wellington's bomb bay, though most were carried inside the fuselage and were hand-launched.
221 Sqn Wellington VIII, photographed in July 1941. Note the ASV aerials along the top of the fuselage, under the wings and beneath the nose.
Digging out one of the SDF’s Wellington VIIIs after it had slid into a bomb crater after landing. Note the bristling ASV aerials.